This largely forgotten sequel to the all-time classic ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT suffered from a checkered production history replete with Nazis trying to stop the production and a series of bad decisions by the top brass at Universal. The film concerns the survivors of the company
that set out so merrily to war in the first film; now only a few remain. After a last battle, the Armistice is signed, and the men are sent home. Their commander, Emery, assembles them for one last roll call. Only a dozen or so appear, but scores of their dead comrades are seen like ghosts behind
them. Once home, each man has difficulties in adjusting to life in a defeated Germany af...